Little Free Art Gallery
The smallest, free-est gallery in the galaxy—take a piece, or leave a piece, or both!

  About the LFA Gallery 

The LFA Gallery opened December of 2020 in an effort shed a little light, levity and beauty on a heavy year.  I began making a large collection of tiny works two year ago when I started mailing my mom a small piece of art every day for the duration of her chemo treatment. 

The "Daily Dose of Art" project started up again early in the pandemic after people were being asked to stay home and keep away from one another. Again I started making postcard-sized pieces of art and mailing them via USPS to friends, family and instagram followers. 


These small works and my longtime love of the Little Free Libraries eventually led to the construction of the Little Free Art Gallery.

The longer story here. 

Little Free Art Gallery Blog 

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The Daily Dose of Art Project

These tiny works began a year ago when I, along with many friends, started mailing my mom a small piece of art every day for the duration of her chemo treatment. (For proof that art cures cancer, see video below.)

The Daily Dose of Art Project—2020 pandemic style

I started it up again when the pandemic locked us all inside. From March to June, I made and mailed about 500 pieces of little art to people around the country. A few examples and how it worked below. 

Series of Oddly Optimistic Redheads
Shipped via USPS in a standard envelope
Products of Positive Thinking
4" x 6" from the Gift Giving Gibbons series
4" x 6" from the Effervescent F-Word series
Daily Dose was mailed one day a time.
The Scarves of Dr Birx